4 results for month: 10/2014


Philippines Instagram Eye Candy

The Philippines team arrives back in the Hawaii tomorrow! We have been drooling over their insta feeds...believe it or not, there is a natural beauty that even surpasses Hawaii, and it's all over the remote Philippine islands! We'll give you a full update on what the team got up to when they return, but for now, here's some travel eye candy to add to your Halloween bucket. Unleash the wanderlust and sign up for next year's trip now!                       Photos by Mitchell Guapo, Kate Amm, Allie Wiebe, Mirjam Torstenston, Adriana Weber. 1) The boardwalk to Cloud ...

The Outreach Training Center Is Being Built!

Earlier this year, we saw the timber fall in phase one of our project to build the Community Outreach and Training Center (COTC). Now we are seeing dreams of having a designated space for our Ulu Pono Kids program come to fruition as the project starts moving forward! One person in particular who is excited about this is Brittany Southwick, the Ulu Pono Kids program Director. She says, “It’s going to be a game changer for the kids in the Ulu Pono program. To have have a place that they can be creative and thrive. I can’t wait to see the growth in this program that can come from finally having a consistent facility.” We are now in phase two! ...

California, Here We Come!

It's that time of year again! STN founder Tom Bauer and our stellar staff member Ryley Snyder are in California and they want to see YOU! Here's how you can make that happen: November 1st- STN Reunion Day at Huntington Beach Pier, Southside Pier from 10-1 !  Everyone is welcome. Come bring what you would like to eat and we will have a simple BBQ. It's a time to catch up, talk story and surf! Lunch will be at 12, but feel free to come any time between 10 and 1! November 7th-  There will be surf sesh/gathering for people that are interested in coming out to STN at T Street, San Clemente from 9-11 AM.   Tom and Ryley will also be ...

#HUMANSOFWAHIAWA

They're strangers. Strangers aren't supposed to affect your daily life very much. Strangers don't have your trust. They don't have your time, like friends who've had years with you. They don't hold a place in your memory.   But these strangers have a power; these strangers have stories.   Their stories bridge the distance between your separate roads and cause you to share a moment on their path. Before you know it, you find the people that are the most obscure are suddenly influencing you. With their words and expressions lingering into your mind, you feel your heart inevitably soften, your mindset shift and your perspective grow. These ...